On Wed, 23 Feb 2005, Danny Browne wrote:
> Using apt-get i to install gtk+ i get the message ( i'm not at my
> linux box now so it's something like) glib 1.x: Obsoletes: glib2
> 2.x: but 2.x is to be installed.
> So i have 2 installations of glib.
>> rpm -qa | grep glib reveals glib-1.x and glib2-2.x,
whats the output of that then?
> so i try to remove glib 1.x with rpm -e, but it tells me there are
> many other dependant installations. So i tried to rpm -e glib2 2.x
> and get a similar message.
> How do i fix this/Remove one of the glib packages?
either force removal of one of them (probably glib2) then apt-get -f
install, or possibly /just/ apt-get dist-upgrade.
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